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Rapala® Clackin' Rap®

   

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Silver

Silver

2-1/2"

7/16 oz.

1

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Hook Size:
6

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CNR06S
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Firetiger

Firetiger

2-1/2"

7/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6

Model:
CNR06FT
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Yellow Perch

Yellow Perch

2-1/2"

7/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
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Hook Size:
6

Model:
CNR06YP
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Red Crawdad

Red Crawdad

2-1/2"

7/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6

Model:
CNR06RCW
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Helsinki Shad

Helsinki Shad

2-1/2"

7/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
6

Model:
CNR06HSD
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Note: For 2013 Rapala has decided to replace the SureSet belly hook with a regular round bend treble hook.  Some colors may still have SureSet hooks but most will be shipping with a round bend treble.  
  • Signature Clackin' Cadence Rattle
  • Translucent textured body with internal holographic foil
  • 3D Holographic eye
  • Lipless swimming action
An alarm clock with hooks, Rapala's lipless Clackin' Rap creates a distinctive sound and vibration that wakes the big ones up! The Clackin' Rap's uniquely designed sound chamber features a single steel ball and external metal discs that transmits an unbeatable clacking sound with maximum vibration. The Clackin' Rap features a translucent textured body with internal holographic foil to produce an extremely seductive flash. Simply cast, allow it to sink and employ a fast retrieve. Both models run at variable depths.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 101 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love this Bait!!!!! I cannot express how much I love these baits. You can hear it from a mile away and the actions is excatly what you expect from Rapala. These are my new go to lures. Caught everything from 4 pound Largemouth to 3 pound Walleye and they absolutely choked it! Get yourself about 100 of these. Only issue is working on rocks. Paint has issues with staying on the lure. May 10, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great lures! These lures are great for off-shore fishing. The rattle in these are second-to-none, and the action is phenomenal. I could be wrong but these seem to not get caught up in weeds and rocks as much as other lures, but still get the depth. There are two issues i have with these lures though, one being that they are a little expensive, but if you shop around it seems like a store will always be selling them from under 5 dollars. The second is the paint seems to be chipping on a few of mine when i work really rocky areas. None the less, these lures are becoming one of my "go to's" June 11, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by great lipless but...... The only issue I have is the sure-set hook design being the belly hook. I decided instead of losing the lure in the first grass bed I fish through to put it as the tail hook and the extended sure-set barb points up. I also replaced the belly hook with a spintech hook to lessen snags and increase possible sets. May 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by rapala clackin rap I catch bass pike musky and this clackin rap does it all May 16, 2013
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losing big fish often

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Ive been using this lure ever since they came out and I seem to lose 50% of the big 5,6,7 lb bass I hook when they break the surface. The bait always comes out the first time they surface or jump. Ive changed hooks to widegap and it still happens. Lost the largest bass Ive ever had on last week to this same issue. Anyone else have any suggestions?
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mabe it;s your pole somtimes the sensitivity or the stiffness is a factor i use a st croix med hvy and i do not have any problems
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this happens to me alot also but not on the same lure. To fix the problem, point the rod tip down when the fish junps
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It may be your line. Use a fluorocarbon line and not braid. I use 14lb. test. also when the bass is about to jump try lowering the rod tip as he comes up and raising it back as he goes back down. I do this often and i even end up putting the rod tip in the water sometimes but is works.
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the way the lure swingss side to side gives them leverage to throw the hook. it's not the hooks, it's the lures weight
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The problem with Spinnerbaits, crankbaits, or other hardbaits is they provide the fish leverage. When they break the surface they are just shaking that hook loose with all that leverage from the bait swinging around. as previously recommended, line stretch and softer rod action help to keep constant tension on the lure as they break the surface. You could also try adding a ball bearing swivel to the rear hook to help reduce leverage. Ive seen quite a few lure manufacturers adding swiveling hooks to their baits to reduce leverage.
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my guess is you are using too stiff of a rod and/or a superline or braid. both are no-no's for crankbaits. use a medium action rod and mono. also play the fish with the rod more to the side than tip up - playing tip up will pull the fish towards the surface where there is a better chance of them coming unbuttoned...
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what size should i use?

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Just wondering what size you would recommend ...mostly bass fishing in Pennsylvania...
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the bigger the lure the bigger the fish
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I've had the best luck with sizes 7 & 8. I don't get near as many hits when I use sizes 6 & 9, even when using the same colors.
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Start with a 6 in PA... if they are wailing it move up. The 9 is HUGE the 8 is pretty big... the 7 will get nothing smaller than 2 pounders IME.
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The smaller size gets the nod from me most of the time. Large size if I am wanting real quality fish. I would sugest taking off the sureset hook, the shape of the clakin rap is awesome in woody cover but the surset hook takes away that advantage.
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but i don't want to jig it, preferrably

i would really like to steady-reel it in, if i can

do you think that a slow steady reel would work for summer bass?
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This lure has only worked for me on aggressive fish top speed, straight burn. Bur, I'm just one guy.
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I have caught 22 inch bass with a surface temp of 87 degrees on a steady retrieve and occasional pause for bass following. Rapala Clackin' Raps catch bass on steady retrieves all season even in water as cold as 34 degrees while it's snowing in Michigan, and they work in the hottest weather of the summer. You need Clackin' Raps - they are better than any other lipless crankbait for big bass. My favorite colors are Yellow Perch, Hot Steel, & Red Crawdad. You will always find Clackin' Raps in all my tackleboxes, and on my rod. They are that great of a lure for huge bass, big pike, and big walleye. I start out with a Clackin' Rap on each spot and don't leave a spot without throwing it again. It catches so many good fish that it's hard to put it down and use anything else. Jigging does work if you have rock piles or underwater structures, but I usually do great along the deep weed edge tight as possible to the weeds without snagging them.
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Yes, this would work for summer. Just pick the right color for water and the sunny days.

In clear water use clearer, lightly colored worms, shad colored crankbaits and white spinnerbaits. In dingy water, use more chartreuse, more spinnerbaits with hammered blades, brighter chartreuse crankbaits and purple or black worms. For stained or muddy water, throw some sort of dark or bright colored lure.

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what reel to use?

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I have a 5.2:1 reel is this a good reel for this lure?
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A 7to 1 will work better
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Well if its a Spinning reel its good but if its a baitcast reel then NO to slow, You want a 6.3:1 baitcast for that lure
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I think any 6.3 or 6.4:1 is a better choice. The 7.1:1 are too fast and changes the sound of the bait. 5.2:1 is great for deep diving crankbaits.
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Clackin' Rap 8 depth

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I fish in shallow wooded spots generaly in 5' foot of water and I wanted to know if you can fish the Clackin' Rap 8 in these spots?
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Yes but start the retreive as soon as it hits the water with your rod tip up. If it touchecs any bottom but gravel it will drag up garbage everytime.
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the clackin rap 8 is perfect for that. you can also bump the bait into the wood. that generally produces strikes.
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Yes you can fish it in a depth of 5' around wood as long as there are no weeds growing high in the area. I like the Clackin Rap 6 shallow and the size 7 is good 8' to 15' and the size 8 is great for deep water 10' and down to 30' for big bass and pike. Fish your Clackin Rap on deep drop offs and along weed edges in addition to the wooded spots. I used a Size 8 Clackin Rap on a weed edge about 8' to 12' deep and big bass were all over it, including the bass in the picture I will upload.
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Yes but you might have to burn it
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this is an easy one, the clackin rap due to the shiny metallic finish and the superior, not to be beat impressive clacking sound. the only drawback is the price but its completely worth it.
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i would choose the clackin rap over any other lipless crankbait.
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Clachin' Rap for sure!
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Absolutely the Rapala Clackin' Rap, especially when it comes to big bass and pike. The size 6 Rapala Clackin Rap is a great smallmouth bass lure and will catch a lot of largemouth bass and average size pike. The Size 8 Rapala Clackin Rap for me has caught bass 16" and bigger including 6 pounders from a lake in Michigan where local fisherman usually catch 2 to 3 pound bass. On that same lake it has also landed a lot of pike. Use the smaller Clackin' Rap for numbers of fish and smaller sized bass, and when you want a big bass use the size 8 Clackin' Rap. Get colors that you know are good for bass where you are fishing and be confident that a good bass could hit at any time. One of my 6 pounders hit 4 feet from the boat I was using the day after Thanksgiving 2009 in 35 degree water! Rapala Clackin Raps work for bass and pike anytime there is not ice, and the cold water hits tend to be the bigger fish.
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I've had excellent results with Firetiger. I can't speak of the other colors.
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I like to use the fire tiger as an all time favriote or the perch color too. Most of the baits all produce fish for me
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With everything being equal - olive green is the best
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I personally like the firetiger color best for bass.
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Gold works best for me, but yellow perch and firetiger work great too.
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Natural colors dark water bright colors, Clear water lighter colors
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number 82 the red one
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I have used the rat-l-trap for years with great results. I just tried two crackin' rap and both lures broke on the first fish I hooked with them. Get the rat-l-trap. I am.
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This is a much better bait becasue the fish go crazy over the clack. The clack might not seem as loud but it drives the fish crazy.
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the clackin rap definetly. but if you dont like this lure try the rattlin rapala
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I prefer the Clackin' Rap, but whatever works best for you.
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They are both great lures, but I prefer the Strike King Red Eye Shad. The Clackin Rap and the Red Eye Shad can be "burned" quite effectively while the Rat L Trap has a tendency to turn on its side. The Red Eye Shad also has a seductive shimmy when it falls straight down and then is ripped back up, while the Rat L trap will often spiral or turn on its side. However, all three are incredible fish catching lures.
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im fishin bass
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Firetiger has always worked for me.
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Firetiger is best
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Go with the color that looks like the natural forage base of the lake you fish. If you have a favorite color of crankbait, get a Clackin Rap in the same color and expect to catch a lot of bass. You will want a net and pliers when you use the Clackin' Rap; it catches big bass.
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Well the silver is the most common color to use for everyday use. The red with green back is superb for most times of the year. I would buy a small assortment and toss all of them and find out what the bass want. I have had the best luck with the red craw green back myself.
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Just try to mach the forage... What ever the bass are eatting try to match that
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i use glass ghost.
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Any color as long as it's red will do.
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clown
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It depends on the color of water and time of day I fish stained water and deep water so I got the Gold.
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I use the olive green and the perch colors. the olive green looks like alot of the forage around IL. im not exactly sure what kinds of forage you have in NC but id say the olive green will look like most any kind of shad
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I have a 6:2:1 gear ratio reel
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i use a 6:3:1 baitcaster
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I use it on a 6:2:1 gear ratio reel most of the time, and sometimes 7:1 too. It is very effective at any speed you fish it on a high speed reel. I like slow rolling, fast rolling, any speed on a steady retrieve is good: slow & steady, moderate steady, and steady fast catch bass and northern pike. Try fishing it close to weeds for some huge bass.
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It will have action and make noise with most retrieve speeds. Try an erradic retrieve - lifting it swiftly and then allowing it to fall.
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Change it up... Mostly burning it works well. Or fast reeling then stop let it sink then fast reeling again they love that
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go about a med retrieve not to fast not to slow just right in between
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The Clacking nosie will start as soon as you start reeling! and you will hear it!
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well not to fast but not to slow for example:
you reel it in to fast it looks fake
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so a normal speed
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